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[at-l] Exotic meats (was Oh My!)



I think beefalo and broccoflower would make a nice brunch dish. I would eat 
it all with a spork.
 Ah, I make myself chortle.
 Waterfall

 On Apr 6, 2005 3:38 PM, Paul Magnanti <pmags@yahoo.com> wrote: 
> 
> >>Fairly normal fare on the AT. I did notice some
> >>"exotic" meats on the CDT
> >>from Elk, to Beefalo and Buffalo to Rocky Mountain
> >>Oysters. I stuck with
> >>cheeseburgers!
> 
> Growing up, Dad was often invited by his work buddies
> to go to a game dinner at the local rod and gun club.
> I tagged along a couple of times.
> 
> Remember having venison, racoon, and bear. Sausage
> made form venision I seem to re-call being rather
> good. The bear was a bit greasy. The racoon was BBQ
> style and quite yummy.
> 
> Since living in Colorado have tried buffalo (bison)
> and elk.
> 
> I'd say out here bison/beefalo borders on the
> mainstream. Many restaurants offer it and there are
> quite a few ranches that raise bison and the beefalo
> hybrids.
> 
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